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Our Creative Director, David Robinson will co-lead a Chamber of Commerce workshop on Tuesday March 24th called “Make Your Website Worth Visiting”. He will also be leading another workshop on Wednesday, April 15th from 9am to noon as well.
Make Your Web Site Worth Visiting! March 24, 2009
You can attract more prospects and win new customers with a Web site that engages them and makes them want to come back often. This workshop starts with setting goals for your site, shows you how to use design and content to meet your goals, and how to measure success. The workshop will include hands-on activities that include focusing on your own business and Web site. You will take away a framework for creating or updating your site that includes first steps that you have identified in the workshop.
Learn how to:
Incorporate your marketing goals into your site
Plan and organize (or re-organize) your site
Optimize content to make your site a valuable resource
Use your site traffic logs to set a baseline and measure success
If you’re thinking about updating your existing Web site and looking for the best way to do it, or you’re considering launching a new site, we’ll show you some of the best ways to maximize your investment and save time and costs.
This workshop is designed for:
Executives and managers in business and not-for- profit organizations
Professionals such as accountants and attorneys
Marketing managers, editors and writers, and designers
Anyone who is interested and/or involved in Web site planning, creation and maintenance
Linda Kolker: Kolker Associates
David Robinson: Birch Studio Graphics, Inc.
Time: Registration – 8:30a.m.; Program -9:00 a.m. to Noon
Location: Charlottesville CitySpace on the downtown mall
FEE: Chamber Members – $29.00 Non-Members – $49.00
To register: go to www.cvillechamber.com, or call Jann (434.295.3141) or email firstname.lastname@example.org